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Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Writing Interview Airs onDigital Review

Once again I was asked to be a guest on a student-produced, literary-focused television show on Loyola college’s Baltimore campus. In the interview, I was asked about Flightless Goose, TRACKS, WOMB, tips on writing, the creative process, finding an agent and editor, and the Baltimore literary scene.

The program is called Digital Review: An Interview with Eric D. Goodman.

But you don’t have to be affiliated with Loyola to enjoy the show – you can view it now on YouTube, without commercial inturruption! Tune in below.


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Tuesday, May 11, 2010

CityLit's Good Ink

Since its inception in 2003, the CityLit Project has been encouraging Baltimore writers to produce and enjoy good ink, trough events like the CityLit Festival and CityLit Tent of the Baltimore Book Festival, to nitty-gritty nuts and bolts, such as the Write Here Write Now workshops.

Naturally, an imprint was the next step. Enter CityLit Press, which plans to publish three new titles a year. The first book published by CityLit Press is at bookstores now: City Sages: Baltimore.

Edited by Jen Michalski, this first-ever anthology of some of Baltimore's best writers includes both famous and not-yet-famous scribes, both dead and alive. The anthology includes pieces by seminal writers such as Edgar Allan Poe, Gertrude Stein, Zora Neal Hurston, Frederick Douglass, and F. Scott Fitzgerald; contemporary writers such as Laura Lippman, Anne Tyler, Madison Smartt Bell, Michael Kimball, Alice McDermott, Jessica Anya Blau, and Rafael Alvarez; and emerging writers such as Rosalia Scalia, Caryn Coyle, Joe Young, and Adam Robinson.

CityLit’s getting some good ink for all the effort. The latest issue of Poets & Writers Magazine highlights the new press and its first book. Check it out at the link.